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--- Comment #13 from Bawolff (Brian Wolff) <> ---
>The majority of the extensions that are deployed on the production cluster 
>have >the same status: they don't have any designated active maintainer, they 
>were >written once by someone, successfully deployed, and after that they are 
>happily >used as long as they don't cause problems, even if the original 
>author has long >since left.

Bugs (or at least important ones) in most legacy extensions without developers
assigned to them tend to get fixed by platform team or interested random
volunteers in my experience. I don't think its fair to compare AFT's status to
your average not actively developed extensions (Except maybe LQT, its status is
probably similar to that)

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